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Pool usage results.

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-06-28 19:31:11 CEST

Karl and I are very close to merging our recent filesystem work back
into the main line of development. So just for kicks I #defined
SVN_POOL_DEBUG in my working copy, and ran another instance of the
memory usage tests I did several months ago.

Here's the test.

I have a single directory with ten (10) 1-megabyte files present in
the directory (megafiles/set-1/megafile*.txt). I:

- `svnadmin create repos'
- `svn import file:///home/cmpilato/tests/repos megafiles/set-1',
   logging the output of this command.
- `svn checkout file:///home/cmpilato/tests/repos -d wc', logging the
   output of this command.

That's it.

So, now for the results. The number below represent the peak amount
of pool memory used throughout the lifetime of the binary execution.

                                Import Checkout (usages are in megabytes)
                                ------ --------
First Run (long ago) 65.5 106.6
After some pool usage review 28.9 63.0
Now, with strings/reps table 18.8 14.3

Dunno about the rest of you, but these are results I feel led to
rejoice about.

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